Plastic, cans and other pieces of rubbish are being processed with meat to make a key pet food ingredient because of shoddy industry practices, a former insider revealed.
The NSW budget is full of cash splash giveaways thanks to a $3.9 billion surplus, but the Treasurer has denied his “people’s budget” is “a series of electoral bribes” to win the next election.
Optus is working around the clock to fix its streaming service after a series of embarrassing blackouts during the World Cup, but will the telco run out of time?
The Federal Opposition says it will not vote for most of the Government’s plan to cut income tax over seven years.
The primate was euthanised at Perth zoo leaving 54 descendants around the world
Zookeepers have paid emotional tribute to the world’s oldest known Sumatran orangutan, “a grand old lady” who died at a Western Australian zoo on Monday.
Puan was given to Perth zoo in 1968 and is believed to have been born in Sumatra 1956. At 62 years she lived well beyond her typical life expectancy and was recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as the oldest verified member of her species in 2016.
Australians’ level of engagement with our neighbours is sinking. But we still prefer centrists to dictators
While those who follow the daily thrust and parry of Australian politics may get het up over the veracity of Treasury modelling of dividend imputation, it can seem like easy listening when compared to the fire and fury that is US politics.
Eighteen months into the Trump presidency, it’s as if the Americans have created a new genre of amplified conflict, where nothing makes sense unless it can be reduced to a tweet.
Thirteen pupils from seven countries have drawn on their imagination and personal experiences to create the story of a 10-year-old and his family and their search for safety. Ali and the Long Journey to Australia is a stop-motion film based on a tale written and illustrated by students from refugee backgrounds at Noble Park primary school in south-east Melbourne
Former JP Morgan Australia boss Robert Priestley resigns from the ASX and Future Fund boards amid a court case into alleged cartel activity during an ANZ capital raising that JP Morgan was involved with.
Consumer watchdog took tech giant to court over complaints about repair and replacement
Apple has been slapped with a $9m fine by the federal court for making false or misleading claims to customers with faulty iPhones and iPads.
Apple is fined $9 million for making false or misleading representations to customers with faulty iPhones and iPads about their consumer rights.